It was an instant hit especially with Nairobi’s expatriate community and tech savvy Kenyans.
A few months later, they introduced cash payments and it exploded, and last month it announced having reached 1 million rides milestone. It has over 1000 drivers in Kenya.
It launched in Mombasa in March this year, promising to eventually cover the entire country. Yesterday, they announced that they are now in Thika.
We’ve arrived in Thika! Use the promo code THIKA20 for 20% off trips only to or from Thika until Sunday, July 3 midnight #THIKA20
— Uber Kenya (@uber_kenya) June 29, 2016
Use promo code #THIKA20 for the 20% discount on trips.